About the Farm
Eagle Trees is a family farm located on the Nooksack River beneath majestic Mt.Baker. They grow 100% sun & greenhouse-grown premium cannabis. They are proud to grow their plants in the Pacific Northwest’s organic living native soil. Each of their ladies is fed a home-brewed compost tea and tended to with great affection. For pest prevention, they primarily use the skills of beneficial insects and never use synthetic or salt-based nutrients. At Eagle Trees, they grow their premium cannabis the way you would want your food grown — 100% natural and in tune with their values.
The name Eagles Trees comes from the phenomenon that happens at the end of every year after the salmon have laid their spawn in the Nooksack River. Once the cold weather rolls around, convocations of eagles will come in and pick off the remaining salmon. When they come in, the eagles perch themselves across the treetops around the Nooksack River. The sheer amount of eagles that perch themselves atop these trees has led people to start calling these groves the Eagle Trees. Thus, Eagle Trees Farm was born.
About the Family
Kenny Ingebrigston, farmer and co-founder of Eagle Trees Farm, started his cannabis journey in middle school when he stayed with his older sister Jesse. She unashamedly showed Kenny her weed for the first time. It was just a harmless little mason jar full of herbs sitting on her shelf. In high school, Kenny tried weed for the first time. It was this experience that made him feel like something had been unlocked and set free, a spiritual awakening. Shortly after, he remembers sitting on his friend’s porch and saying, “It sounds weird, but I think this is what I’m going to do with the rest of my life.” At the time it did seem crazy. But now we know Kenny was speaking the truth.
Kenny’s Cannabis Journey
As he used cannabis more, it fascinated him to think of where it was coming from. The thought of someone caring so much about a plant that they would risk getting locked in a cage was baffling to him. Between ounces of “BC Bud”, he would occasionally get his hands on some “homegrown” with names like Romulan, Northern Lights, Shiva, Dutch Treat, and White Rhino. As time went on his eyes were opened to the plethora of effects and qualities cannabis was capable of. With each new strain, he developed an eye for quality and a hunger for more information.
In 2007, Kenny made his first trip to work in Humboldt county and the next year he grew his first plants. Since then he’s been learning, growing, collecting genetics, and preserving them by making seeds. Now that prohibition had lifted, he’s fortunate to have the ability to farm with his friends and family by his side. He believes that growing plants under the sun, directly in the ground, without chemical fertilizers and pesticides is the way to produce quality ganja. When Kenny consumes cannabis, he wants to taste the terroir of the land where it was grown; The flavors and nuances that come from its specific regional micro-climate and soil.
Jesse Straight, operator and co-founder of Eagle Trees Farm, was inspired by her brother Kenny’s passion for great cannabis. With Kenny, she created a plan that could bring the family together and support his art. A world-traveling mother of two, Jesse is a force to be reckoned with. She has taken her decades of experience and brought together a team of talented folks who treat each other like family. Jesse’s vision is clear. She wants to create a business that is true to the values that she and her family believe in so strongly. Her cannabis will be grown in partnership with nature, the business will be run as a family operation, and Whatcom county is home. Jesse wants to share her love of music, food, nature, cannabis, and community through farm tours, parties, and other pop-up events.
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Baker Burmese is a cross of Dutch Treat and Burmese. This strain is an Eagle Trees exclusive that is uniquely exotic and energetic. Baker Burmese smells sharp and sour like a mix of pine, cedar, and lime. The high from this strain is stimulating and exciting, making it perfect for an active day outside exploring.
Limecone is a hybrid of Eagle Trees’ Rolexx variety crossed with Freezeland and is an Eagle Trees exclusive. It smells just like pine trees, limes, and mint with an exotic cooling finish. The high from this strain is fun and playful but still grounded and social. So, it’s great for gatherings of all shapes and sizes!
Playdough is a cross of Garlic Apricot and Eagle Trees’ own Rolexx for another Eagle Tree exclusive strain. The aroma is unusually deep and mysterious. It smells like playdough, gasoline, paint, and grapefruit. The effects of this strain are very relaxing, heavily physical, sedating, and spacey. As a result, this is the perfect strain to smoke at the end of the day.
Royal ACDC is Eagle Trees’ best-selling flower of all time and for good reason. This ACDC x Royal Kush cross is the winner of multiple Sun Cups! It smells like a forest of fir trees and lemon grass and has a refreshing tart flavor. This variety produces a nice 2:1 mix of CBD and THC, which makes it extremely grounding and comforting, both mentally and physically, like a massage for your mind and body.
Sour Space Candy
Sour Space Candy is a CBD-Dominant cultivar that crosses Sour Tsunami with Early Resin Berry. Both of these sour-flavored parents lead to an even more sour child that produces dense, multi-colored buds. Sour Space candy has an enticing terpene profile and high CBD content, making it an incredibly enticing strain.
Products listed are available at Cinder locations: Cinder North, 6010 N Division St, Spokane, Wa 99208; Cinder Downtown, 927 W 2nd Ave, Spokane, WA 99201; and Cinder Valley, 1421 N Mullen Rd B, Spokane Valley, Wa 99206
This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit-forming. Which is to say, cannabis can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Therefore, do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. Furthermore, there may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults twenty-one and older. To sum up, keep out of the reach of children.